Europe’s Biggest Utility Company to Ramp Up Spending on Wind, Solar Power

LONDON— Enel SpA plans to spend €70 billion, equivalent to $83 billion, expanding its presence in wind and solar power in the coming decade, seeking…

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Best Buy Continues Gains From Home Products, Online Sales

Best Buy Co. continued benefiting from online sales and items that help consumers work, learn and cook from home during the coronavirus pandemic, pushing sales…

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Dick’s Sporting Goods CEO Ed Stack to Step Down

Ed Stack is stepping down as chief executive of Dick’s Sporting Goods Inc. after decades at the helm of the sporting-goods company he built into…

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Some Peloton Buyers Are Sick of Waiting

Even Peloton fans have their limits. As Peloton Interactive Inc. races to meet demand for its connected stationary bikes and treadmills, promoting equipment it may…

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WSJ News Exclusive | McCormick Nears Deal to Buy Hot-Sauce Maker Cholula

McCormick & Co. is nearing a deal to buy hot-sauce maker Cholula, according to people familiar with the matter, seeking to capitalize on demand for…

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Apple Security Chief Offered iPads to Police as a Bribe for Gun Permits, Prosecutors Allege

Apple Inc.’s head of security has been indicted on bribery charges for a scheme in which prosecutors allege he offered iPads to secure gun permits…

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U.S. Found Not Liable for Puerto Rico Bond Losses

The U.S. government isn’t liable for losses on $3 billion in Puerto Rico pension bonds, a federal judge said Monday, rejecting efforts to put U.S.…

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U.S. Justice Department Ends Oversight of Brazil’s Odebrecht

An independent monitor has certified Odebrecht SA’s antibribery compliance program, the Brazilian construction company said. The certification closes a 3½-year monitorship that was imposed on…

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U.N. Panel Rebukes Japanese Prosecutors in Handling of Ghosn Case

Japan’s detention of Carlos Ghosn for more than four months with limited access to legal counsel was arbitrary and violated the former automobile titan’s human…

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